Tag: government

11. Apr 2011

Thailand’s Political Conflict – A Jasmine Revolution? by Christian Stampe Jensen


The revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt and the political unrest that it has sparked in neighbouring countries throughout the Middle East has raised the question how these events influence popular uprisings and struggles for democracy in other parts of the world. In Thailand, political unrest and conflict between ‘Red Shirts’ and ‘Yellow Shirts’ have been […]

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22. Apr 2010

Kyrgyz Revolution (?): Lessons of the past, perspectives for the future, by Anjelika Mamytova

government, InFocus, Kyrgysztan, politics


something happens once it is an accident, twice a coincidence, and a third time
a pattern (Scott Radnitz[1])



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